Egypt-Israel Disturbances (Reel 1 of 3)
National Archives - Egypt-Israel Disturbances - National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981). - This film is a compilation of numerous short segments relating to the conflict between Egypt and Israel. - DVD Copied by IASL Scanner John Williams. - ARC 646996 / LI 263.398
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June 5, 2012
Egypt-Israel Disturbances (Reel 1 of 3) (1957) story list
0.00 French arrest five Algerian nationalist leaders - plane carrying five from Rabat to Tunis was ordered by radio to change course and head to Algiers; the French pilot agreed to change course and land in Algeria
0.45 Border Incidents Still Threaten Near East Peace - border between Israel and Egypt, Israeli frontier guard patrol - an assault that had to be made because of constant Egyptian attacks - it's a time of border trouble
1.42 Tunisians protest arrest of five Algerian nationalists; action of French is regarded as piracy
2.57 footage of UN discussion on Israeli action in Sinai - a "solemn session"; Britain and France veto US and Soviet resolutions for a ceasefire. "the US in strange company, fighting for peace"
4.51 British and French join Israeli force attacking Egypt; Moshe Dayan inspects Israeli troops on parade ground
5.25 President Eisenhower, speaking from the Oval Office, says no US involvement in the Suez
7.25 Suez crisis causing worldwide concern Israel's advance into Sinai referred to as "punitive"; Israeli men standing by captured Egyptian armored vehicles and and artillery; Egyptian wounded and Egyptian killed; Israel claims control of the Gaza strip; Israelis follow news with anxious concern; girls too young for active duty work day and night assembling kits for the front; Egyptian destroyer Ibrahim al Awal captured and sailed to Haifa; Londoners protest British involvement in the Suez in rally at Trafalgar Square addressed by Labor MP Aneurin Bevan
10.00 British and French ceasefire at Suez after taking Port Said; paratroopers jump onto Egyptian air base; Egypt sinks ship in the canal to block the canal